Junior Playing Formats Summary
|Woolworths Cricket Blast - Junior Blasters||Woolworths Cricket Blast - Master Blasters||Junior
|Summary||Learn the Skills||Learn the Game||Playing the game||Playing & competing||Playing & competing|
|Detailed Playing Rules|
|Skill Development||Cricket activities designed based on fundamental movement skill competencies||Cricket games designed to develop fundamental skills in a cricket environment|
|5-7||7-10||Under 11||Under 13||Under 14-19|
|Time (mins)||60 mins||60-90 mins||60-120 mins||120-180 mins||120-240 mins|
|Time Management Strategies||
|Overs per team||N/A - Skills based program||12 overs (max)||20 overs (max)||T20 or 30 overs (max)||T20 or 40 overs (max)|
|Number of Players||6-8||7||9||11*|
|Ball Size||Soft modified ball (80-110g)||Modified ball (125-142g)||142g||156g (male)
The relevant age group is determined by the age of the player as at 31 August. e.g. if your child is 11 on 31 August they will fall into the Under 12 Age Group.
The age groups are generally a good guide and it is expected in the ordinary course that it will be appropriate for a child to play in their relevant age group. However, what is more important is that players have the opportunity to play at the level which is most appropriate for their relevant expertise. Accordingly, we will assign players to play up or down age groups as appropriate.
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